Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Crimson Tide fan that's an Auburn fan??!!

In Model Cars > Show & Tell.
Johnsmith's loves339 of 1849Another Hubley TransportIn the unplug CrowD !
17
Love it
0
Like it

bucketheadbuckethead loves this.
egreeley1976egreeley1976 loves this.
JohnsmithJohnsmith loves this.
mtg75mtg75 loves this.
snowman3snowman3 loves this.
Beachbum58Beachbum58 loves this.
clockermanclockerman loves this.
LongingsLongings loves this.
officialfuelofficialfuel loves this.
fortapachefortapache loves this.
ho2cultchaho2cultcha loves this.
MALKEYMALKEY loves this.
CaperkidCaperkid loves this.
sanhardinsanhardin loves this.
NewfldNewfld loves this.
WatchsearcherWatchsearcher loves this.
Vynil33rpmVynil33rpm loves this.
See 15 more
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate


    Posted 3 years ago

    Toyrebel
    (215 items)

    I'm sure you've read the title of this post and are perplexed, bewildered and stunned. A loyal Alabama fan that's a fan of Auburn? It's unheard of in this state. You're a fan of one or the other. You make a choice at either birth or when you cross the state line. Sit on the fence and you risk taking crossfire from both sides! But I can explain this enigma. I'm talking about The Auburn Rubber Co., not the God forsaken University that is the sworn enemy of the great UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA in the greatest football rivalry in history.
    Auburn Rubber Co. originated in Auburn, Indiana not that other place in Alabama. I had quite a few Auburn toys as a kid; some cars, motorcycles, soldiers, cowboy/indians, a pretty neat bulldozer, a fairly large sized train set, tractors etc. Ftapache has shared some of their military vehicles, I had several of them to supplement my playsets. I usually bought mine in Woolworth's or at my favorite five & dime store. The smaller stuff was usually loose in bins. They were incredibly afordable, durable and had great play value for the price. I uncovered/unearthed some ones I've had for at least 20 years.
    The first is a boy on a 40's-50's tricycle. He's about 3 1/2" tall. I like the front fender with the louvers connecting to the front axle. That's the look the older bikes and motorcycles had. I didn't have this toy as a kid, but I had vehicles in the 50's with the exact color combo. Earlier Auburn vehicles were made of a harder rubber and usually painted. I don't know when they transitioned to this composition, but all my Auburn Co. stuff was made like this in the 50's.
    At some time Auburn transitioned to the plastic the green 300 SL is made of. I'm guessing early 60's. The Gullwing Mercedes is one my favorite cars of all time. The Confederate flag didn't come on these cars originally. I have no idea who could have put it on the roof.
    Since I have uttered the blasphemous "A" word several times in this post. I must now atone for my sins by reciting the magic incantation; ROLLLLLL TIDE ROLLLLL!!!!! and on bended knees beg Bear Bryant and Nick Saban for forgiveness.
    Thanks for dropping in,
    ROLL TIDE again,
    Toyrebel.

    logo
    Model Cars
    See all
    Vintage Bulldozer Tractor Model Tin Toy w/ Wind-up Key Collectible Adult Toys
    Vintage Bulldozer Tractor Model Tin...
    $9
    Vintage  1950s ford Tonka Gasoline Truck to restore
    Vintage 1950s ford Tonka Gasoline ...
    $188
    Vintage Tonka Pressed Steel Pickup Truck 1965-66
    Vintage Tonka Pressed Steel Pickup ...
    $102
    Vintage Tonka Toys Pressed Steel Truck 1959
    Vintage Tonka Toys Pressed Steel Tr...
    $68
    logo
    Vintage Bulldozer Tractor Model Tin Toy w/ Wind-up Key Collectible Adult Toys
    Vintage Bulldozer Tractor Model Tin...
    $9
    See all

    Comments

    1. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 3 years ago
      Nice Tri, mr. Toy
      But it’s ,,,,,,EL-ES-HUE !
      Purple and Gold,
    2. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 3 years ago
      I can't believe you would geaux there with that statement. I have more respect for LSU than most other SEC schools. At least y'all try and do beat Auburn consistently, the other schools don't even seem to try. The cookie monster is a good coach and does a great Carl Childress impression also.
    3. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 3 years ago
      Love the coach can’t
      understand a damn word he says though
      Kool toys
    4. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 3 years ago
      Intelligibility might be the sign of a great coach. Bear Bryant muttered incomprehensibly. I knew a guy that graduated from my high school that got recruited by Bama. They would be practicing and every once in while The Bear would come down from the tower he watched the practice from and talk to different groups. Mike said after he got through mumbling and left they would say to each other: "What the #!&@ did he just say?"
    5. Newfld Newfld, 3 years ago
      Really cute vintage toys
    6. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
      very cool toys!
    7. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
      War Eagle here ! They tried to teach me how to speak English. Some of it took !
    8. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 3 years ago
      Ah wuz learnt gud English two Blunderbuss. I was kidding a lot about the rivalry in my post. My half brother graduated from Alabama and my step sister attended Auburn. I probably have as many Auburn friends as Bama friends.

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.